China says concerned about India banning Chinese apps
BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Tuesday it was concerned about India's decision to ban Chinese mobile apps such as Bytedance's TikTok and Tencent's WeChat and was making checks to verify the situation. [nL4N2E63K0]
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters during a daily briefing that India has a responsibility to uphold the rights of Chinese businesses.
India on Monday banned 59, mostly Chinese, mobile apps in its strongest move yet targeting China in the online space since a border crisis erupted between the two countries this month.
(Reporting by Cate Cadell; writing by Se Young Lee; editing by Louise Heavens)
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